Transfer Services


See the Big Picture

When your assets are spread across many companies, it can be hard to ensure your overall investment strategy is meeting your goals. Consolidating your accounts with an account transfer puts you in a better position to take action because you can clearly see what's working and what's not.

With a consolidated portfolio, you can:

  • View your entire portfolio on one statement, if you consolidate with one company
  • Potentially lower your fees
  • Make better diversification and rebalancing decisions by spotting gaps and avoiding duplicate investment types
  • More easily manage risk as your situation changes and markets fluctuate

Transfer or Rollover?



An account transfer applies to individual, joint, and trust accounts and IRAs currently invested with another investment company.

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A rollover applies to money in a 401(k), 403(b) or other employer-sponsored workplace plan. Learn more about Rollovers.

How to Get Started

The transfer process varies depending on the type of account you own and how you want the assets transferred. Our Rollover Specialists can also help you with your account transfer. To simplify the process, we recommend calling one of our experienced Rollover Specialists at 1-888-345-9166. Your dedicated specialist will:

  • Be your single point of contact and help manage the entire account transfer process.
  • Help guide you through investment choices.
  • Assist you with all the transfer paperwork.
  • Call the other investment with you to initiate the transfer.
  • Monitor the status of your transfer and call you back when we receive your assets.

Don't have time to call? Use the following checklist to guide you through the process.

Transfer Checklist


Step 1:
Gather Account Information

If you have a recent account statement, that will most likely have the information you need. If not, you'll need the following:

  • The account number
  • The account type (Individual Account, Joint Account, IRA, etc.)
  • Name, phone number, and address of the company where the account is currently held ("current custodian").
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Step 2:
Open an Account

Use our online application to open an account or download an application.

  • To transfer an IRA, open the appropriate IRA account type.
  • To transfer a non-IRA account (individual, joint, trust, etc.) without creating a taxable event, open a brokerage account.

Not sure which type of account to open? Call a Rollover Specialist at 1-888-345-9166.


Step 3:
Complete a Transfer Form

Download and complete the appropriate transfer form.

Mail the original form to the address on the back of the form.

Start Your Transfer

To get started, speak with a Transfer Specialist.


This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a personalized recommendation or fiduciary advice. There are different options available for your retirement plan investments. You should consider all options before making a decision. Our representatives can help you evaluate all of your distribution options.